MLB Giants Payroll To Top $200M For First Time FS1 Developing New TV Shows For Katie Nolan Mitt Romney In Talks With Yankees For Small Stake Chris Bosh Joining TNT As A Studio Analyst Manfred: Talking To Players About Rules "Difficult" NBA All-Star Celebrity Game Audience Down Orioles Exec VP Wouldn't Want A Trump First Pitch Baseball HOF Tour Returning For Second Season First Data Lands Rights To Mets' Fla. Complex FS1 Canceling "Fox Sports Live," Won't Keep Hosts
SBD/Issue 144/Sports Media
Published April 20, 2007
VIDEOGAME REVIEW: In Pittsburgh, Chuck Finder wrote 2K Sports’ “Major League Baseball 2K7” is a “good-looking game and an easier one to play” than Sony’s “MLB ‘07 The Show.” In the former, PNC Park “looks especially crisp and clean, with a lovely skyline in the background, even though the ad space behind home plate shills only for this video game’s sponsors.” The players’ faces “aren’t so sharp,” but ESPN’s Jon Miller and Joe Morgan “provide their fine brand of broadcasting.” Sony’s game “doesn’t do considerable justice” to PNC Park. It is a “mite slow to load and confounding in its game play” (PITT. POST-GAZETTE, 4/19).